42 Candidates And Their School Principal In Custody Over KCSE Exam Cheating
– The 42 students, their principal, Chemistry teacher, two laboratory technicians, the supervisor, and five invigilators were arrested and taken to the Siaya police station.
– Twenty candidates were discovered with four mobile phones that had some leakage of the Chemistry paper that they were going to take.
Forty-two KCSE candidates from Dibuoro Secondary School in Alego/Usonga sub-county, as well as nine others, are being held at Siaya police station for alleged exam malpractice.
After it was discovered that they had a leakage of the Chemistry practical paper that was being done on Friday, the 42 students, their principal, Chemistry teacher, two laboratory technicians, the supervisor, and five invigilators were taken to the Siaya police station to record a statement.
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According to Alego/Usonga Sub-County Police Commander Benedict Mwangangi, 20 candidates were discovered in possession of four mobile phones that had some leakage of the Chemistry paper that they were to take.
According to the police chief, after examining the phones, it was discovered that they also had a leak of the Kiswahili paper on Thursday.
Mr Mwangangi stated that the phone had a WhatsApp group with 42 students from that school as members, which compelled them to look for the other 20 students to accompany the first 22 to the police station to record a statement.
Even though the main suspect in the syndicate is still at large, Siaya Sub-county Deputy County Commissioner Enock Nyarango stated that the nine others, including the school principal and Chemistry teacher, were chosen to give a statement to the police.
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